This week D3M Labs releases the 3 part series: „The Future of the Analyst.“ Is the role of the analyst endangered? What is the future of the most visible role in analytics, and the one responsible for delivering the insight? What is the future of the analyst?
Mor Eini’s career started in the Israeli Defense Force in the Office of the Prime Minister and took her to the VC ecosystem in Berlin. Mor Eini from APX, which is an early stage investor, explains how she evaluates a startup’s use of data. Mor also talks about the Israeli and Berlin ecosystems. She also shares her insights as a B2B investor on how data is a tool to create, foster, accelerate innovation, but data is not the innovation.
The AI Guild has become a brand synonymous with AI thought leadership and expertise in the Berlin Tech Scene and beyond. Immigration, integration, sharing personal challenges and working together towards professional growth are all elements of the human story behind the technology that are talked about in this interview and retrospective.
Neil Herzog-Gilroy is a former British Army Military Intelligence Operator. He draws on 20 plus years of experience of working with various Intelligence and Law Enforcement Agencies around the world to bring us some food for thought on how to manage change in fast paced environments where people are the most important resource.
Having no physical form, data is an intangible asset. Data is often a contributory asset as well, its value being realized via the ability to generate profit through, for example, insight used in decision making or algorithmic-product such as a recommendation engine. Certain methods and considerations are required when valuing data.
Die Interoperabilität von Daten als Voraussetzung für Innovation im Gesundheitswesen – Ein Gespräch mit Jörg Godau
Startups im Gesundheitswesen wie doctorly sehen die Chance, mit SaaS-Plattformen, die auf offenen Standards im Gesundheitswesen basieren, das Rad neu zu erfinden. Das etablierte Gesundheitssystem basiert auf einer fragmentierten Landschaft von Softwareanbietern und Datenlösungen. Dateninteroperabilität bietet die Chance, Innovationen im Gesundheitswesen in Deutschland und darüber hinaus zu ermöglichen.
Data interoperability is a precondition for healthcare innovation – An interview with Jörg (Jack) Godau
Healthtech startups such as doctorly and others see the opportunity to reinvent the wheel with SaaS platforms based on open standards in healthcare. The incumbent healthcare system is based on a fragmented landscape of software providers and data solutions. Data interoperability presents an opportunity to unblock innovation in healthcare in Germany and beyond.
Tech debt is often unavoidable in most early stage startups. Not fixing the tech debt as a company gets traction and scales is more of a problem than the original creation of the tech debt. Turning a blind eye to tech debt has implications beyond the stack and creates an unstructured and sloppy culture.
Data governance starts at both the C-Suite and metadata level of your organization- An interview with Laurent Dresse
Facilitating the interface between IT and business is data governance, which is filled with opportunity. There is no specific career path into data governance, but the ability to understand metadata and contextualize organizational insights to executives holds much opportunity.